Olivier Garcé transforms his West Village apartment into a design gallery

The dampening of creativity brought on by the coronavirus pandemic has prompted interior designer Olivier Garcé to transform his New York home into a show space for contemporary art and design.

The apartment, located on the third floor of a pre-war brownstone in the West Village, has been completely reimagined with works by Garcé‘s friends and colleagues, which include collectible furniture, experimental ceramics, decorative lighting and original artworks.

Ian Felton’s lava stone coffee table and alpaca-upholstered Kosa Side Chair feature alongside a vintage Axel Einar Hjorth rocking chair and Minjae Kim’s Oyster Lamp

The idea was born out of a discussion

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